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EDITORIAL: Even in a small town, be wary and teach kids to stay safe

Nearly 20 years ago, on a summer day like any other in Powell, a young girl named Christin Lamb was abducted while visiting her grandparents here. If you lived in Powell in July 1998, you likely remember the details of what happened next. For two … more

EDITORIAL: Hatred and violence: ‘Not now. Not ever’

Chanukah commemorates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean revolt against the Greeks. There was oil enough to light the temple’s menorah for only one day, but the flames stayed lit for eight days until more … more

EDITORIAL: Gauging garbage costs: Individualized rates have pros and cons

But if they fill up their dumpster to the brim and you leave yours mostly empty, it doesn’t matter — the cost is the same. Every Powell household pays $31 a month on their trash bill, whether they have one bag of trash a month or a dozen. A … more

EDITORIAL: Hunting season good for more than just hunters

Children will head into the field with their parents looking for their first deer or antelope; veterans will gear up for that once-in-a-lifetime mountain goat hunt they’ve planned for years. But beyond the individual tales of quarry harvested … more

EDITORIAL: New leaders needed in 2017

The people picked for those three positions will all impact the Powell community in different, significant ways, potentially for years to come. Here’s some unsolicited advice as those hiring processes begin. Superintendent Park County School … more

Get to know candidates before the primary election

The end of the Park County Fair means that summer is quickly winding down. But just before kids head back to school, their parents need to do some homework for another significant event: the primary … more
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